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What’s the simplest way to go from IMPOSSIBLE to POSSIBLE?
Well, you could just walk across the room and knock down the I and the M:
But that’s not the Rube Goldberg way! That’s not the FIRST way!
Whether you’re evaluating hardware components for your next project or trying to plan for 5G, it’s essential to have a basic understanding of how wireless signals work and how existing cellular networks function. With this knowledge, you can make better decisions about your connectivity requirements, and have the foundation to understand emerging connectivity standards.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the fundamentals that have helped shape our world through wireless cellular connectivity.
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Computer vision applications often need to process multi-frame images, such as those acquired through video capture. As a result, one of the most important aspects of this processing is the ability to identify and track objects as they move, and as the viewport changes. Uses cases for these capabilities are virtually endless, ranging from robotics vision processing (e.g., SLAM) and autonomous vehicles, to analysis of security footage and augmented reality.
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